Dentist Kanwal

Advance Family Dental: your trusted family dentist in Kanwal

We take a patient-first approach to dental at Kanwal NSW 2259 — meaning we offer treatment plans customised to our patient’s needs, preferences, and budgets. This allows us to deliver the best possible care and outcomes to the local community, from babies and toddlers to older, denture-wearing patients.

At 10 Bannister Drive in Lake Haven, Advance Family Dental offers affordable, preventative dental for locals throughout Kanwal, Gorokan and the Central Coast. You can find our Kanwal dentists on the first floor of the Lake Haven Shopping Centre, separate from the main shopping centre across from Hungry Jacks.

Dr Arjun Jeganathan (BDS), Dr Scott Spiers (BDS), Dr James Michael El-Khoury (BDS), and the compassionate team at Advance Family Dental will provide professional, stress-free dental care for the whole family — book an appointment at (02) 4392 9911.

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Our dental services in Kanwal

We offer a range of affordable dental treatments at our location in Lake Haven, all designed to improve your health, confidence and the appearance of your smile. Our services include:

  • Dental Cleaning: A routine procedure involving the removal of plaque, tartar, and stains from teeth, promoting oral health and preventing gum disease.
  • Fillings: Used to repair cavities and tooth decay, fillings involve removing decayed portions of teeth and filling the space with materials like amalgam or composite resin.
  • Root Canal Therapy: Necessary when the inner pulp of a tooth becomes infected or inflamed, this treatment involves cleaning and sealing the tooth’s root canals to save the tooth.
  • Teeth Whitening: A cosmetic procedure that lightens teeth by removing stains and discolouration, often using bleaching agents.
  • Dental Crowns: Custom-made caps placed over damaged teeth to restore their shape, size, and strength and improve appearance.
  • Dental Implants: Surgically implanted metal posts that act as artificial tooth roots, supporting replacement teeth for a natural look and feel.
  • Orthodontic Treatment: Involves using braces, aligners that fit snugly over the teeth, or other devices to correct misaligned teeth and jaws for improved aesthetics and function.
  • Dentures: Removable replacements for missing teeth and surrounding tissues, available in full or partial options.
  • Oral Surgery: Surgical procedures such as tooth extraction and wisdom teeth removal to address various dental issues (completed by specialists).
  • Dental Sealants: Protective coatings applied to the chewing surfaces of molars to prevent decay by sealing out bacteria and food particles.
  • Veneers: Thin, custom-made shells placed over the front surface of teeth to improve appearance by correcting issues like discolouration and minor misalignments.
  • Nightguards and Mouthguards: Custom-fit devices designed to protect teeth from grinding (bruxism) or sports-related injuries.
  • Fluoride Treatment: The application of fluoride to strengthen tooth enamel and prevent cavities is often recommended for children and adults.
  • Oral Cancer Screening: Regular examinations to detect early signs of oral cancer, enhancing chances of successful treatment.
  • Children’s Dentistry: Specialised dental care for children, including routine check-ups, preventive treatments, and education for oral hygiene.
  • Sedation Dentistry: Techniques to help anxious patients relax during dental procedures, varying from mild sedation to general anesthesia.
  • TMJ Disorder Treatment: Approaches to manage temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders, which can cause jaw pain, headaches, and other discomforts.

Contact us for more information about our dental treatments and services, or book an appointment today. Our Kanwal dentists will examine your teeth, jaw and gum health, then provide expert recommendations to keep your smile looking and feeling as good as ever.

FAQs about dental health & our dentists in Kanwal

+ How often should I visit my dentist in Kanwall?

It’s generally recommended to visit the dentist every six months for a routine check-up and cleaning. However, we may suggest more frequent visits if you have specific dental issues or conditions.

+ Does dental treatment hurt?

Modern dental techniques and anaesthesia make most procedures painless. You might feel slight discomfort during some treatments, but we prioritise patient comfort and will ensure you’re as comfortable as possible.

+ What can I do to prevent cavities?

Maintain a thorough oral hygiene routine by brushing twice daily, flossing daily, eating a balanced diet, and limiting sugary snacks and beverages. Regular dental check-ups also help catch and address any issues early.

+ What should I do if I have a dental emergency after hours?

If you experience a dental emergency outside of our regular office hours, contact a local urgent care facility. In cases of severe pain, injury, or swelling, prompt attention is important.

If your dental emergency is during business hours, contact us at (02) 4392 9911, and we will fit you into our schedule.

+ How do I manage dental anxiety?

Dental anxiety is common, but open communication with your dentist can help. We offer sedation options to help you relax during procedures. Breathing exercises, listening to calming music, or bringing a trusted person to the appointment can also ease anxiety.

+ Can I get dental treatments while pregnant?

Yes, routine dental check-ups and cleanings are safe during pregnancy. It’s important to maintain good oral health during this time. Inform your dentist about your pregnancy, as they may adjust treatment plans if needed.

+ What is the role of fluoride in oral health?

Fluoride strengthens tooth enamel and helps prevent cavities. It’s present in toothpaste, mouthwash, and some water supplies. We may also provide fluoride treatments for added protection.

+ Can poor oral health impact my overall health?

Yes, there’s a link between oral health and systemic health. Poor oral hygiene and gum disease have been associated with conditions like heart disease, diabetes, and respiratory infections.

Contact us for dental at Kanwal, Gorokan or Lake Haven today!